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Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals

Mission: World Vets mission is to improve the health and well being of animals by providing veterinary aid and training in developing countries and by providing disaster relief worldwide.

Results: World Vets is able to improve the lives of thousands of animals each year by providing free veterinary care. Our programs span 42 countries on 6 continents. Since being founded in 2006, World Vets has provided direct care to 123,649 animals in need.

Target demographics: the most vulnerable population of animals

Direct beneficiaries per year: 18,182 animals

Geographic areas served: Worldwide-primarily developing countries

Programs: spay/neuter programs, horse and donkey welfare programs, disaster response, improving health of livestock, etc. We also have a partnership with the US Navy in which we are the veterinary organization providing civilian veterinary support for US Military humanitarian aid programs. Our programs all strive to have a One Health focus (One World, One Medicine, One Health).

Community Stories

5 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

World Vets do so much! They are so dedicated! Support them!

1 Angie W.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I think these guys do the most incredible work going to all parts of the globe and helping as many animals as they can in need of anything from worming to major operation and rescueing animals fro disaster areas.
I take my hat off too you all, God bless you and give you all you need to carry on this wonderful work.

Barbara H.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

WorldVets is a Grand organization that saves animals the world around. I live in the Republic de Panama, a 3rd world country. In a 2 year period, WorldlVets came to Panama and along with vets here is responsible for spaying/neutering, and bringing to health, over 20,000 animals. That makes a BIG difference and is a BIG encouragement to society here. An animal abuse law has been passed, spay/neuter clinics continue, and individual people, like myself continue to save the animals, get them spayed/neutered and obtain the necessary medical care, as well as feed those in need. Yes, WorldVets is a GREAT encouragement, help, and inspiration!

Cristina L.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Such hard workers that travel so far to do so much for nothing!!! What else need be said?

Colette K.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

World Vets came to Belize to help us with our overpopulation problem among dogs and cats. They were brilliant and really did save lives. We loved having them here and hope they plan to visit Belize again soon. For those who don't know, strychnine poisoning is the most common method of stray population control in Belize. The animals die in extreme suffering. People in Belize are generally struggling financially, so caring for animals is low priority. Please support World Vets!